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Main office:
Coolabah Law Chambers
152 Tarneit Road, Werribee,  VIC. 3030
Tel: 03 8742 6920   /   Fax: 03 8742 6917

Memberships:
1. Law Institute of Victoria

Admissions:
1. Supreme Court of Victoria
2. All Federal Courts including High Court of Australia

Coolabah Law and Community

Because of Jeff’s background, he has a soft spot for Australian returned services men and women.  He often goes to the RSL club in Sunshine to assist its members (for a reduced fee) with their legal enquiries ranging from making Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney (Financial and/or Medical) to matters relating subsidence of a block of land.  All Wills and EPOAs prepared by Coolabah Law Chambers for war veterans and/or their partners receive an automatic reduction of 50%.

Jeff loves table tennis so it is no surprise that he gets Coolabah Law Chambers to support the sport.  As a result, we support Health Wellness and Table Tennis (HWATT) which is being managed by a competent team including Australian and International player Simon Gerada (Olympian, Oceana and Australian Champion, 10 times (and counting) Victoria Open Champion).  Jeff reckons he is the worst student Simon has ever had but he has not given up on Simon!  For all enquiries relating to table tennis from a knock-about level to the elite level, contact Simon at HWATT.

Vietnam Veteran Peter and Jeff Tran.  Coolabah Law Chambers proudly support veterans and their partners.

Jeff Tran of Coolabah Law proudly supporting table tennis paralympian Melissa Tapper (pictured left).

Jeff Tran of Coolabah Law teamed up with Greg Robbins of Austens to win table tennis gold at the 2013 Australian Corporate Games held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Jeff Tran also went on to win the men's open singles Final in a closely contested final.